Sharp has debuted two new tablets, both running Android OS. One comes with 5.5-inch screen, the other with 10.8-inch display. Sharp says the name “Galapagos” symbolizes evolution of services, something that brings fresh and new experiences to the end-user. So, with all that in mind, the company announced a cloud-based media service, also nicknamed “Galapagos”, slated to be launched in the month of December.
The 5.5-inch model sports WSVGA display and trackball navigation. On the other hand, the 10.8-inch device will pack even more pixels – 1366×800! Both devices will have 802.11n Wi-Fi.
Unfortunately, neither will making its way to US and will be Japan exclusive. But, folks at Mashable are saying that Sharp is working diligently with Verizon Wireless to bring these to US.